SACRAMENTO COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR ADULTS

This resource list is intended to inform you of most of the mental health programs and services available to adults in Sacramento County. Certain eligibility requirements may apply. Services may be listed more than once. If you are in need of diagnostic, medication, or treatment services, which require an authorization, please contact the Sacramento County Access Team at (916) 875-1055 or toll free at 1-888-881-4881.

For services and resources available only for young adults, see the young adult resource page.

For services and resources for only for seniors, see the older adult resource page.

SacMap tries to keep this list up-to-date. If you find information that is incorrect or needs to be updated, or a great resource we should include, please email us.

 

COUNSELING SERVICES

*Different than outpatient services

Gender Health Center: Counseling Services

2020 29TH STREET, SUITE 201, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 455--2391 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: APPOINTMENT ONLY, NO WALK-INS. 

 
SERVICES OFFERED
  • Queer-informed narrative therapy
  • Individual, relational, and family counseling
ELIGIBILITY
  • Queer & Transgender community members. 

  • Queer and Transgender People of Color

  • Open to all ages.

COST
  • Sliding-scale, no one turned away for a lack of funds
  • Insurance not accepted
REFERRAL PROCESS
  • Appointment only; Call (916) 455-2391

Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC)

2020 J STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 341-0575 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

                                   *9:30 AM FIRST AND THIRD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Mental health counseling 

  • Drug and Alcohol Counseling

  • Relational-Cultural Therapy

  • Traditional Healing Modalities

  • Grief Support

  • Coping and Self-Care skills building

  • Peer to Peer Support Groups

  • Twelve Step Model (Culturally Sensitive)

ELIGIBILITY

  • None

COST

  • Sliding-scale

  • Medicare, Medi-Cal

  • Private Insurance (Native Patients)

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call the main line at (916) 341-0575

  • Support groups are open to the community and do not require registration

Trauma Informed Culturally Responsive Treatment (TICRT)

WEBSITE

SERVICES OFFERED

Therapeutic services focused on issues impacting the Black and African American Community

ALONDRA THOMPSON, LCSW
1750 Howe Avenue, Suite 280, 
Sacramento, CA 95825 | Phone: 916-470-8260 | Website

​SERVICES OFFERED

  • Clinical Services

 

COST

  • Free

PATRICE TEVIS, LMFT
2251 Florin Road #29, 
Sacramento, CA 95822 | Phone: (916) 217-0934 | Website  

 

​SERVICES OFFERED

  • Individual Therapy

  • Couples Counseling

  • Family Counseling

  • Parenting Support

  • Grief Counseling

  • Stress Management

COST

  • $110 per 50-minute session

  • Insurance: Medi-Cal, BlueShield, Anthem BlueCross, Aetna, United Behavioral Health 

  • Sutter Employee Assistance Program

  • Alta California Regional Center

RABIIA ALI, MS, LMFT
1104 Corporate Way, 
Sacramento, CA 95817 | Phone: (916) 495-4561 | Website

 

​SERVICES OFFERED

  • Individual Psychotherapy

  • Parenting Workshops

  • Psycho Educational Therapy Groups

  • Workshops for Children and Youth

  • Other Specialized Services

COST

  • Sliding-scale based on income

  • Free services to clients who cannot afford to pay

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

Reach out directly to a provider above to schedule therapeutic services.

UC Davis: SacEDAPT/EDAPT

PHONE: (916) 734-3574 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The UC Davis Early Psychosis clinics, SacEDAPT and EDAPT, provide early psychosis treatment through a recovery-based treatment approach focusing on reducing and managing symptoms and distress, and improving individuals' ability to achieve success in independent roles. The clinics provide services for 2 years. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Comprehensive Psychiatric Assessment

  • Medication Management

  • Case Management and Support

  • Individual/Family Psychoeducation and Support Groups

  • Multi-family Psychoeducation and Support Groups

  • Supported Education and Employment

  • Peer and Family Advocate Support

SacEDAPT Clinic

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 12-30 

  • Sacramento County residents 

  • Medi-Cal eligible or uninsured

  • Experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis, including:

    • Onset of psychotic symptoms in the past two years

    • Sub-threshold symptoms of psychosis

    • Recent deterioration in youth with a parent/sibling with a psychotic disorder

 

PAYMENT AND FEES 

  • Medi-cal eligible or uninsured only

EDAPT Clinic 

 

ELIGIBILITY 

  • Ages 12-40

  • Experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis, including:

  • Onset of psychotic symptoms in the past two years

  • Sub-threshold symptoms of psychosis

  • Recent deterioration in youth with a parent/sibling with a psychotic disorder

 

PAYMENT AND FEES 

  • Insurance accepted by the UC Davis Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, or self-pay

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REFERRAL PROCESS (SacEDAPT or EDAPT Clinic)

  • If you or someone you know is interested in clinical services through SacEDAPT/EDAPT or would like to learn more about our clinic, please contact (916) 734-7251

  • UCDH Physicians refer via EPIC (EPIC Instructions)

WEAVE: Services for Survivors

1900 K STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 920-2952 | WEBSITE

SUPPORT AND INFORMATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Domestic Violence Group Counseling

  • Individual Counseling

  • Couples or Family Counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking

  • Couples or Family Counseling may be offered based on assessment of safety and needs

COST

  • Free or Sliding-scale

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call 916-920-2952

  • Walk-In: (English) Tuesday: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM | Wednesday: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

                  (English & Spanish) Thursday: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM 

  • Group Counseling: Must attend intake assessment

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Programs and Services Flyer

 

CRISIS SERVICES

These services provide mental health support for people with a mental health problem that can’t wait for a regular, scheduled appointment.

Abiding Hope Respite House (Crisis)

9916 Zion Way, Sacramento, CA 95827 | PHONE: (916) 287-4860 | WEBSITE

Abiding Hope Respite House provides a short-term respite facility to those 18 years of age and holder living with a psychiatric disability. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 7-14 day respite

  • Resource linkage

  • Care management

  • Life skills groups 

  • Transportation 

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 18+

  • Have a psychiatric disability

  • Have a TB clearance

  • Have two weeks of sobriety

  • Be able to manage their own medication

  • Not currently at risk for self harm

  • No physical disability that affects mobility

 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Referrals may come from emergency rooms, law enforcement, outpatient case managers and shelters.

  • To self-refer, individuals may call (916) 287-4860 to participate in a phone screening to determine if they are eligible for services. 

California Youth Crisis Line

PHONE: (800) 843-5200 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) operates the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Phone Support

  • Crisis intervention counseling

  • Resource referrals

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-24) 

 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for immediate support

Caregiver Crisis Intervention Respite Program

8241 AUBURN BLVD, SUITE 265, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA 95610 | PHONE: (916) 728-9333 | WEBSITE

Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center provides a variety of services to improve and support the wellbeing of family caregivers. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Respite care

  • Family consultation

  • Home visits 

  • Assessment to develop a care plan 

  • Support Groups

  • Short-term counseling

  • Legal/financial consultation

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Adult caregivers (for an adult with a cognitive impairing condition that occurred after the age of 18 or caring for someone 60+ regardless of diagnosis and requiring assistance with 2 or more activities of a daily living)

 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call (916) 728-9333 or toll free at (800) 635-0220 for an initial screening before setting up an intake appointment with a Family Consultant; or

  • Complete an initial screening online; once you get connected, you will develop a more customized dashboard with tailored resources. 

Centro de Apoyo Latino Program (CAL)

3301 37TH AVENUE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95824 | PHONE: (916) 210-8773 | WEBSITE

EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS: 916-227-2600

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

The Centro de Apoyo Latino (CAL) Program provides brief short-term crisis intervention and navigation to longer term solutions. CAL provides one on one navigation, support groups and community resources.


SERVICES OFFERED

  • Brief, short-term crisis intervention

  • Resource/Service navigation

  • Support groups

ELIGIBILITY

  • Latino adults that are primarily Spanish speakers

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Community Support Team

PHONE: (916) 874-6015 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Community Support Team consists of teams of Peer/Family Support Specialists and Sacramento County Mental Health Counselors who provide a mobile response to community members experiencing a crisis. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Crisis intervention

  • Mental health assessments and intervention

  • Linkage and/or re‐linkage to treatment providers

  • Linkage to community supports 

  • Follow up care 

  • Peer and/or family support

  • Safety planning

ELIGIBILITY

  • Any Sacramento County residents

COST

  • Free


REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Program Brochure

Crisis Nursery

NORTH: 4533 PASADENA AVENUE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95821| PHONE: (916) 679-3600 | WEBSITE 

SOUTH: 6699 SOUTH LAND PARK DRIVE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95831 | PHONE: (916) 394-2000

​Provided by the Sacramento Children’s Home. Parents can bring their children ages 0-5 to one of two Sacramento nurseries for emergency childcare services or overnight care during difficult times.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Emergency childcare services provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year  (Children may stay up to 30-days)

  • Crisis Intervention services and case management support for the family

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Children ages newborn to five

  • Children of parents experiencing tough times:

    • A sudden illness or accident

    • Feelings of desperation or helplessness

    • Emotional distress or frustration

    • Domestic violence

    • Homelessness

    • Drug or alcohol treatment

    • A medical or mental health situation

    • Employment or housing situation

  • Does not serve foster children or children requiring excessive one-to-one supervision.

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for appointment and space availability

  • High priority cases get preference

  • Waitlist available

Crisis Text Line

TEXT: Text HOME to 741741 | WEBSITE | FACEBOOK MESSENGER

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The Crisis Text Line is a text message option to receive crisis counseling. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from a secure online platform. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Text-based crisis counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • None

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line

PHONE: (888) 881-4881 OR (916) 875-1055 | WEBSITE

Call if you are experiencing a mental health crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Telephone screening assessment

  • Determines service eligibility 

  • Linkage to services

  • Information and referral

ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals who do not have access to benefits through a private insurance carrier

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Mental Health Crisis Respite Program

PHONE: (916) 737-7483 | WEBSITE

The Crisis Respite Center (CRC) is staffed 24/7 and serves any individual in Sacramento County who is at least 18 years of age experiencing a mental health crisis but is not in immediate danger to self or others.

SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Safe, stable, and supportive place to stay for up to 23 hours

  • Individualized resource plan

  • Transportation may be available

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 18+

  • Sacramento County Resident

  • Experiencing a mental health crisis but is not in immediate danger to self or others

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Mental Health Respite Program

PHONE: (916) 453-1482 | EMAILWEBSITE

Administered by Saint John’s Program for Real Change. The Mental Health Respite program provides adult women and adult women and their children in immediate crisis with short-term mental health and supportive services.

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Short-term mental health and supportive services for up to seven (7) days

  • Respite housing

  • Evaluations

  • Resource linkage 

  • Crisis intervention

  • Family intervention  

ELIGIBILITY

  • Adult women and women with children experiencing an immediate mental health crisis

  • Crisis cannot be life-threatening or require psychiatric hospitalization.

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic

2130 STOCKTON BLVD, BUILDING 300, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 520-2460 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM (last walk-in at 7:00 PM)

                                   SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS | 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (LAST WALK-IN AT 5:00 PM)

                                   ** DUE TO COVID, CALL AHEAD TO VERIFY HOURS

The Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic (MHUCC) is a walk-in clinic for individuals with an urgent mental health need.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Counseling

  • Crisis interventions

  • Evaluations and assessments

  • Peer and family support

  • Referrals and linkages to community resources

  • Brief medication management services (excluding controlled substances)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Anyone experiencing a mental health and/or co-occurring substance abuse crisis

COST

  • Does not turn anyone away due to a lack of funds

  • Accepts Medi-Cal

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Walk-in (Call to confirm hours)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Program Flyer

Suicide Prevention Line

PHONE: (916) 368-3111 | (800) 273-TALK (8255) | (800) SUICIDE (7842433) | CHAT | WEBSITE

TEXT: Text the word HOPE to (916) 668-iCAN (4226)

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The Suicide Prevention Crisis Line receives calls from people of all ages who are experiencing depression, hopelessness, alone, desperate, considering suicide. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Suicide prevention crisis phone line

  • Crisis Chat and Texting (not meant for emergent life-threatening situations)

  • Information and Resources

ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals experiencing depression, hopelessness, alone, desperate, considering suicide

  • Individuals concerned about a friend or loved one who is suicidal

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

The Source

PHONE/TEXT: (916) 787-7678 | CHAT | FACEBOOKWEBSITE | EMAIL

The Source is a foster youth and resource family urgent response program, administered by the Sacramento Children’s Home.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Urgent crisis support (in-person)

  • Hotline for youth and families (24 a day/7 days a week)

  • Support by Phone, Text or Live Chat

  • Case management

  • Mental health services

  • Referrals

  • Respite activities


ELIGIBILITY

  • Families in crisis or struggling

  • Caregivers of foster youth

  • Youth (up to age 26)

  • Current or former foster youth (up to age 26) in crisis or struggling


COST

  • Free


REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call or text for services

Trevor Project Crisis Line

PHONE: (866) 488-7386 | TEXT: TEXT "START" TO 678-678 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The Trevor Project offers crisis support and services to LGBTQ youth through a safe, accepting and inclusive environment over the phone, online and through text.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention and suicide prevention

  • Instant messaging service

  • Text-based support and crisis intervention

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ young people under age 25

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or instant message for support

Veteran 24-Hour Crisis Line (National)

PHONE: 1-800-273-8255 (Press 1) | DEAF/HARD OF HEARING: (800) 799-4889 | TEXT: 838255 | CHAT WEBSITE | HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

 

The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Phone-based crisis support for veterans

  • Text-based crisis support

  • Online chat service

ELIGIBILITY

  • All Veterans

  • All Service Members

  • National Guard and Reserve

  • Their family member and friends

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

WEAVE 24-Hour Crisis Line

1900 K STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 920-2952 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

WEAVE’s 24-Hour Support and Information Line offers immediate intervention and support to survivors of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. Help is available in over 23 languages. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Support and information line

  • Immediate intervention and support

ELIGIBILITY

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for support

 

HOMELESS SERVICES

Guest House Homeless Clinic 

600 BERCUT DRIVE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 440-1500 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: WALK-INS TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 10:00 AM | THURSDAYS 1:00 PM | ARRIVE EARLY

The Guest House Homeless Clinic Offers outpatient medication and mental health support services to adults experiencing homelessness and struggling with mental health challenges. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Medication Support

  • Entitlement Support (GA/SSI/SSD/Medi-Cal)

  • Referrals to interim and long-term housing

  • Individual Therapy

  • Peer Support

  • Support Groups

  • Case Management

  • Psycho-Social Rehabilitation

  • Connections Lounge (Drop-in center)

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Adults (18+) experiencing mental health challenges who are also experiencing homelessness (or at risk of homelessness)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Guest House accepts new consumers on a walk-in basis on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM and Thursdays at 1:00 PM. Arrive early to ensure you are seen.

Homeless Teens and Transition Age Youth (TAY) Respite 

815 S STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 561-4900 | WEBSITE

Administered by Wind Youth Services, provides mental health crisis respite care, via a drop in center or pre-planning.

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Screening

  • Planning

  • Crisis intervention

  • Enriching workshops

  • Health screenings

  • Groups

  • Crisis counseling

  • Case management

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (13-25) 

  • Experiencing overwhelming stress due to life circumstance and homelessness

COST

  • No fees

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Free

Specialized Multiple Advocate Resource Team (SMART)

600 BERCUT DRIVE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 440-1500 | WEBSITE | PROGRAM BROCHURE

HOURS OF OPERATION: WALK-INS ARE WELCOME ON FRIDAYS

El Hogar’s Specialized Multiple Advocate Resource Team (SMART) assists Sacramento County residents, who are experiencing homelessness and struggling with a mental health disability, to connect SSI/SSDI services which improves their health, housing and financial outcomes. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Provides connection to SSI/SSDI services

  • Provides assistance with completing SSI/SSDI applications

ELIGIBLITY

  • Must have eligibility for, and/or be currently enrolled in an outpatient treatment program all of the following:

    • Age 64 and under

    • Disabled and cannot work for 12 months

    • US Citizen or Permanent Resident prior to 8/20/1996

    • Be clean and sober at least 90 days

    • Have medical history showing severity of medical and mental health conditions

COST

  • Free for homeless/at-risk individuals

REFERRAL PROCESS

Referral Form

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Program Brochure

Walking the Village

PHONE: (916) 601-2979 | WEBSITE

Waking the Village several programs to help Sacramento’s homeless, parenting youth and their children can get busy living rather than surviving. 

AUDRE'S EMPORIUM OF NEW TOMORROWS

Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows offers two shared housing sites for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Housing for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (18-21) that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime.

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Frequently Asked Questions

SACRAMENTO YOUNG ADULT PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAM

SacYAPI works hard to support Youth (12-24) who may be experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • System navigation

  • Landlord/roommate mediation

  • Linkage to services

  • Family reunification

  • Application and referral assistance

  • Advocacy

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-24) years old

  • Experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

THE DOORWAY

The Doorway is a rapid rehousing program funded by HUD and run in partnership with Wind Youth Services.

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Offers up to two years of housing and support

  • Intensive coaching

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless youth that are pregnant and parenting between 18-24 years old

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

TUBMAN HOUSE

 At Tubman House, young parents experience a holistic program centered on youth development, the strengthening of physical and mental health, educational attainment, career development, and financial management so that they leave prepared to be leaders in their own lives and leaders in the lives of their children and community. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24 months of housing and support

  • On-site child development program

  • 24-month action plan

  • Career counseling

  • Linkage to mental health services

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless, parenting youth and their children

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Waitlist Form

Wind Youth Drop-In Center

815 S STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 561-4900 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY  9:00 AM - 6:00 PM | SATURDAY 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

The Wind Youth Drop-In Center is a safe, non-judgmental space for homeless and runaway youth offering a welcoming and age-appropriate environment away from the dangers of the street.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Access to shelter

  • Warm meals

  • Peer support

  • California IDs & birth certificates

  • Laundry services

  • Employment assistance

  • Educational assistance

  • Case management services

  • Creative workshops

  • Therapeutic groups

  • Showers

  • Crisis intervention

  • Drop-in counseling

  • Mental health respite

  • Support Groups: Anger management, homelessness, employment, trauma, grief and loss, stress management, and self- esteem

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless and runaway youth (12-24)

 

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in 

LGBTQ+ RESOURCES

 

Crime Victims Services 

PHONE: (916) 442-0185 ext. 126 | EMAIL | WEBSITE

Administered by the Sacramento LGBT Community Center. Provides support to community members who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, violence, trafficking, hate crimes, or other physical, emotional, or financial abuse. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Reporting Assistance

  • Legal Aid

  • Mental Health Support

  • Emergency Shelter

  • Q-Spot Youth Center

  • Youth Transitional Housing

  • Additional Services Available: Crisis intervention, Victim Compensation Assistance, Employment Assistance, Housing Navigation, and Life Skills Workshops

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Community members who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, violence, trafficking, hate crimes, or other physical, emotional, or financial abuse at the hands of law enforcement, at home, in school, in healthcare settings, at work, or anywhere in our community.

COST

  • Services are free and available to all eligible community members regardless of immigration status

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in Service

Gender Health Center: Counseling Services

2020 29TH STREET, SUITE 201, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 455--2391 | WEBSITE 

HOURS OF OPERATION: APPOINTMENT ONLY, NO WALK-INS. 

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Counseling services focused on queer-informed narrative therapy

ELIGIBILITY
  • Queer & Transgender community members. 

  • Queer and Transgender People of Color

  • Open to all ages.

COST
  • Sliding-scale, no one turned away for a lack of funds
  • Insurance not accepted
REFERRAL PROCESS
  • Appointment only; Call (916) 455-2391

Danelle's Place Respite Program 

2020 29TH STREET, SUITE 103, ROOM 101, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 455--2391 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Located at the Gender Health Center. Danelle’s Place offers a trans safe drop-in respite and social space for community members who need a break from the stress of daily life.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Thrice-weekly trans safe drop-in respite and social space

  • Rest and relaxation

  • Individual and group chat

  • Recreational activities (e.g., board games, video games, etc.)

  • Supplies and communal resources (e.g., food, personal hygiene supplies, access to wifi)

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 18 and over

  • Identify as LGBTQ+ and/or allies

COST

  • FREE

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

Lambda Lounge Adult Mental Health Respite Program

1015 20TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 442-0185, EXT. 100 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS | 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Administered by Sacramento LGBT Community Center. This program provides drop-in mental health respite care for LGBTQ+ adults (25+).  

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Drop-in mental health respite care

  • Support and recovery groups

  • Community resource navigation

ELIGIBILITY

  • 25 years or older

  • Identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community

PAYMENT AND FEES

  • No Fee

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

Q-Spot Youth/Transition Age Youth (TAY) Respite Prgram 

1015 20TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 442-0185, EXT. 107 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 7-DAYS A WEEK | 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Administered by Sacramento LGBT Community Center. This program provides drop-in mental health respite care to LGBTQ+ youth. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Computer Lab & WiFi

  • LGBTQ+ Library

  • Art Projects

  • Life-Skills Workshop

  • HIV/HCV Testing

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Support Groups

  • Homeless youth services (e.g., shower & laundry, food, clothing, and more!)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (13-23)

  • Identify as LGBTQ+

COST

  • FREE

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

Trevor Project Crisis Services

PHONE: (866) 488-7386 | TEXT: TEXT "START" TO 678-678 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The Trevor Project offers accredited life-saving, life-affirming programs and services to LGBTQ youth that create safe, accepting and inclusive environments over the phone, online and through text.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention and suicide prevention

  • Instant messaging service

  • Text-based support and crisis intervention

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ Youth under the age of 25

PAYMENT AND FEES

  • No Fee

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text or instant message for support 

 

ONLINE RESOURCES

Mental Health Plan Members' Handbook

Mental Health Plan Members' Handbook PDF

This booklet helps with information about what specialty mental health services are, how to receive them, and how to get help from the Sacramento County MHP. The handbook also provides information about the doctors, clinics and hospitals in the Sacramento County MHP network and where they are located.

CONTAINS

  • Information about specialty mental health services and how to access them in Sacramento County

  • Eligibility requirements for the Sacramento County Mental Health Plan (MHP)

  • Patient Rights

  • Problem resolution

Sacramento Countywide Bullying Prevention Project

Website

The goal of the Bullying Prevention Project is to support Sacramento County districts and their school sites as they implement bullying prevention programs and strategies.

 

  • Supports school districts in developing a school-based bullying prevention program, staff training, promote student mental health and provide early interventions for students and families who need them.

WEBSITE FEATURES

  • Educator resources, lessons, workshops, webinars, and seminars to support the teaching of civic responsibility, tolerance, and social action to young people.

    • History/social studies, English, art, and interdisciplinary units are available, consisting of topics in civic learning, bullying, religious-based harassment, homophobia, and anti-Semitism. 

Stop Stigma Sacramento

Website

Stop Stigma Sacramento works to reduce mental health stigma and discrimination in Sacramento through education as well as providing resources and support to individuals and families. 

The website provides information about mental health and local resources; personal stories from community members living with mental illness; and, information about how you can help reduce stigma and discrimination in your community and get involved with the project.  

 

OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Outpatient services may include:

  • Counseling and psychotherapy 

  • Medication support services

  • Case Management

  • Assessments

  • Plan Development

  • Evaluations and monitoring

Prior authorization is required for outpatient, non-emergency services.

Please contact the Access Team at (916) 875-1055 or toll free at (888) 881-4881 for availability, accommodation needs and referral to the listed providers. Deaf and hard of hearing individuals may contact the Access Team by TTY/TDD at (916) 876-8892 or California Relay 711. For more information about Sacramento County's Provider List, please contact 

What does the Access Team do?

  • Provides Sacramento County residents with referrals or linkages to authorized specialty mental health services

  • Determines eligibility for services based on referral information and by conducting a brief phone screening in the individual’s primary language. (Medical necessity, Medi-Cal, etc.)

What is the process to get outpatient services?

  1. Call the Access Team: (916)-875-1055 / (888) 881-4881

  2. The Access Team will conduct an assessment to determine the level of service needed.

  3. The Access Team will give you the provider’s name and telephone number. 

  4. The provider will contact you to set up an appointment after the Access Team has authorized services.

 

Access Brochure

PARENT SUPPORT

 

Capitol Adoptive Families Alliance Respite Program

PHONE: (916) 671-2030 | WEBSITE

The Capitol Adoptive Families Alliance Respite program provides support and education to the adoptive community through respite services, support groups, training and other community support. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Parent Support Groups

  • Teen Support Groups

  • Respite Drop-Off Program

  • Respite Family Camp

  • Respite Parent's Retreat

  • Respite Kids Camp

ELIGIBLITY

Adoptive families living in Sacramento County or who have adopted through Sacramento County (private or foster adoption).

 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for information and support

Crisis Nursery

NORTH: 4533 PASADENA AVENUE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95821| PHONE: (916) 679-3600 | WEBSITE 

SOUTH: 6699 SOUTH LAND PARK DRIVE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95831 | PHONE: (916) 394-2000

Provided by the Sacramento Children’s Home. Parents can bring their children ages 0-5 to one of two Sacramento nurseries for emergency childcare services or overnight care during difficult times.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24 Hour emergency child care services (available 365 days/year) 

    • Children may stay at the nurseries for up to 30 days.

    • Each child has their own bed and is provided with all the essentials while they stay at the Nursery, including clothing and shoes, diapers and formula.

  • Crisis intervention and case management support for the family

  • Two Crisis Nursery locations: South Sacramento & North Sacramento

ELIGIBLITY

Parents experiencing a crisis who have children aged 0-5

  • A sudden illness or accident

  • Feelings of desperation or helplessness

  • Emotional distress or frustration

  • Domestic violence

  • Homelessness

  • Drug or alcohol treatment

  • A medical or mental health situation

  • Employment or housing situation

 

COST

  • Voluntary, confidential and free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in or call for information and support

The Source

PHONE/TEXT: (916) 787-7678 | CHAT | FACEBOOKWEBSITE | EMAIL

The Source is a foster youth and resource family urgent response program, administered by the Sacramento Children’s Home.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Urgent crisis support (in-person)

  • Hotline for youth and families (24 a day/7 days a week)

  • Support by Phone, Text or Live Chat

  • Case management

  • Mental health services

  • Referrals

  • Respite activities


ELIGIBILITY

  • Families in crisis or struggling

  • Caregivers of foster youth

  • Youth (up to age 26)

  • Current or former foster youth (up to age 26) in crisis or struggling


COST

  • No Fee


REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call or text for services

Walking the Village

PHONE: (916) 601-2979 | WEBSITE

Walking the Village has several programs to help Sacramento’s homeless, parenting youth and their children.

AUDRE'S EMPORIUM OF NEW TOMORROWS

Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows offers two shared housing sites for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Housing for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (18-21) that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime.

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Frequently Asked Questions

SACRAMENTO YOUNG ADULT PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAM

SacYAPI provides support youth (12-24) who may be experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • System navigation

  • Landlord/roommate mediation

  • Linkage to services

  • Family reunification

  • Application and referral assistance

  • Advocacy

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-24)

  • Experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

THE DOORWAY

The Doorway is a rapid rehousing program funded by HUD and run in partnership with Wind Youth Services.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Offers up to two years of housing and support

  • Intensive coaching

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless youth that are pregnant and parenting between 18-24 years old

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

TUBMAN HOUSE

 At Tubman House, young parents experience a holistic program centered on youth development, the strengthening of physical and mental health, educational attainment, career development, and financial management so that they leave prepared to be leaders in their own lives and leaders in the lives of their children and community. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24 months of housing and support

  • On-site child development program

  • 24-month action plan

  • Career counseling

  • Linkage to mental health services

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless, parenting youth and their children

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

 

PHONE SUPPORT

Amala Youth Hopeline Call-In/Text-In Services

PHONE: (855) 952-6252 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: CALL-IN MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY | 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

                                  TEXT LINE: WEDNESDAYS | 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

A free, confidential and HIPAA compliant peer counseling service for Muslim Youth. 

 

California Coalition for Youth Crisis Line

PHONE: (800) 843-5200 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEE

The California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) operates the statewide emergency response system for youth (12-24) and families in crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention counseling and suicide prevention

  • Resource referrals

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-24)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for immediate assistance

 

Consumer Operated Warm Line

720 HOWE AVENUE, SUITE 102, SACRAMENTO, CA 95835 | PHONE: (916) 366-4668 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Non-crisis phone line offering supportive listening, referrals to mental health resources, and more!

    • Support services offered in the following languages: ​ English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Chinese, Hmong, and Sinhala

  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) groups

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • No eligibility requirements

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for assistance

PAYMENT AND FEES

  • Free

Crisis Text Line

TEXT: Text HOME to 741741 | WEBSITE | FACEBOOK MESSENGER

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from a secure online platform.

Suicide Prevention Line

PHONE: (916) 368-3111 | (800) 273-TALK (8255) | (800) SUICIDE (7842433) | CHAT | WEBSITE

TEXT: Text the word HOPE to (916) 668-iCAN (4226)

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The Suicide Prevention Crisis Line receives calls from people of all ages who are experiencing depression, hopelessness, alone, desperate, considering suicide. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Suicide prevention crisis phone line

  • Crisis Chat and Texting (not meant for emergent life-threatening situations)

  • Information and Resources

ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals experiencing depression, hopelessness, alone, desperate, considering suicide

  • Individuals concerned about a friend or loved one who is suicidal

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

The Source Support Line for Youth

PHONE: (916) 787-SUPPORT (7678) | CHAT | FACEBOOKWEBSITE | EMAIL

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The Source Support Line provides urgent support to resource families and current or former foster youth during times of crisis and struggle.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Crisis support line offered 24 hours/day, 7 days per week

ELIGIBILITY

  • Resource families 

  • Current or former foster youth

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, email or chat for support

Trevor Project Crisis Line

PHONE: (866) 488-7386 | TEXT: TEXT "START" TO 678-678 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

The Trevor Project offers crisis support and services to LGBTQ youth through a safe, accepting and inclusive environment over the phone, online and through text.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention and suicide prevention

  • Instant messaging service

  • Text-based support and crisis intervention

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ Youth (up to age 25)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text or instant message for support 

Veteran 24-Hour Crisis Line (National)

PHONE: (800) 273-8255 (Press 1) | DEAF/HARD OF HEARING: (800) 799-4889 | TEXT: 838255 | CHAT WEBSITE | HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24-hour crisis phone line for veterans, service members, as well as their family and friends.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Veterans of all ages

  • All service members, including National Guard and Reserve

  • Family members and friends

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

WEAVE 24-Hour Crisis Line

1900 K STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 920-2952 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

WEAVE’s 24-Hour Support and Information Line offers immediate intervention and support to survivors of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. Help is available in over 23 languages. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24-hour crisis phone line for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking

ELIGIBILITY

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for support

 

Respite Programs

Respite Programs provide a safe environment in which participants increase their knowledge of available supports and how to access them, improve well-being, reduce stress, increase connectedness and reduce feelings of isolation, decrease risk of harm, and reduce visits to the emergency room and psychiatric hospitals.

Abiding Hope Respite House (Crisis)

9916 Zion Way, Sacramento, CA 95827 | PHONE: (916) 287-4860 | WEBSITE

Abiding Hope Respite House provides a short-term respite facility to those 18 years of age and holder living with a psychiatric disability. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 7-14 day respite stays
  • Resource linkage, including regular check-ins to discuss goals and distribute appropriate materials

  • Care management to coordinate care and reduce emergency room visits

  • Onsite life skills groups to promote positive socialization and healthy coping skills

  • Transportation to appointments, meetings and other resources

ELIGIBLITIY

  • Individuals over the age of 18 with a psychiatric disability

  • Must also

    • have a TB clearance​

    • have 2 weeks of sobriety

    • be able to manage their own medication

    • not be currently at risk for self harm

    • not have a physical disability that affects their mobility.

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Emergency rooms, law enforcement, outpatient case managers and shelters.

  • Self Referral: call (916) 287-4860 to participate in a phone screening to determine eligibility 

COST

  • Free

Capitol Adoptive Families Alliance Respite Program

PHONE: (916) 880-0234 | EMAIL | WEBSITE

The Capitol Adoptive Families Alliance Respite program provides support and education to the adoptive community through respite services, support groups, training and other community support. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Parent Support Groups

  • Teen Support Groups

  • Respite Drop-Off Program

  • Respite Family Camp

  • Respite Parent's Retreat

  • Respite Kids Camp

ELIGIBLITY

Adoptive families that are living is Sacramento County or have adopted through Sacramento County. This can be private or foster adoption.

 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for information and support

Caregiver Crisis Intervention Respite Program

8241 AUBURN BLVD, SUITE 265, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA 95610 | PHONE: (916) 728-9333 | WEBSITE

Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center provides a variety of services to improve and support the wellbeing of family caregivers. 

 

SERVICES OFFERED

Provides funding for respite care, family consultation, home visits and an assessment with a Master’s level clinician to develop a care plan focused on services, supports and wellness. The program serves adult caregivers of all age groups.  

ELIGIBILITY

A client must be caring for an adult with a cognitive impairing condition that occurred after the age of 18 or caring for someone 60+ regardless of diagnosis and requiring assistance with 2 or more activities of a daily living  

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for information and support

Danelle's Place Respite Program

2020 29TH STREET, SUITE 103, ROOM 101, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 455--2391 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Located at the Gender Health Center. Danelle’s Place offers a trans safe drop-in respite and social space for community members who need a break from the stress of daily life

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Thrice-weekly trans safe drop-in respite and social space

  • Rest and relaxation

  • Individual and group chat

  • Recreational activities (e.g., board games, video games, etc.)

  • Supplies and communal resources (e.g., food, personal hygiene supplies, access to wifi)

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 18 and over

  • Identify as LGBTQ+ and/or allies

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

  • Call for information and support

Homeless Teens and Transition Age Youth (TAY) Respite 

2130 STOCKTON BLVD, BUILDING 300, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 561-4900 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY  7:00 AM - 6:00 PM | WEEKENDS 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Administered by Wind Youth Services, provides mental health crisis respite care, via a drop in center or pre-planning.

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Screening

  • Planning

  • Crisis intervention

  • Enriching workshops

  • Health screenings

  • Groups

  • Crisis counseling

  • Case management

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (13-25) years old

  • Experiencing overwhelming stress due to life circumstance and homelessness

COST

  • No fees

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call or drop-in for services

Lambda Lounge Adult Mental Health Respite Program

1015 20TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 442-0185, EXT. 100 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS | 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Administered by Sacramento LGBT Community Center. This program provides drop-in mental health respite care for LGBTQ+ adults.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Drop-in mental health respite care

  • Support and recovery groups

  • Community resource navigation

ELIGIBILITY

  • 25 years or older

  • Identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community

COST

  • No Fee

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call or drop-in for services

Mental Health Crisis Respite Program

PHONE: (916) 737-7483 | WEBSITE

The Crisis Respite Center (CRC) is staffed 24/7 and serves any individual in Sacramento County who is at least 18 years of age experiencing a mental health crisis but is not in immediate danger to self or others.

 

SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Safe, stable, and supportive place to stay for up to 23 hours

  • Individualized resource plan

  • Transportation may be available

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 18+

  • Sacramento County Resident

  • Experiencing a mental health crisis but is not in immediate danger to self or others

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Mental Health Respite Program

PHONE: (916) 453-1482 | EMAILWEBSITE

Administered by Saint John’s Program for Real Change. The Mental Health Respite program provides adult women and adult women and their children in immediate crisis with short-term mental health and supportive services. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Short-term mental health and supportive services for up to seven (7) days

  • Respite housing

  • Evaluations

  • Resource linkage 

  • Crisis intervention

  • Family intervention  

ELIGIBILITY

  • Adult women and women with children experiencing an immediate mental health crisis

  • Crisis cannot be life-threatening or require psychiatric hospitalization.

COST

  • No Fee

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Q-Spot Youth/Transition Age Youth (TAY) Respite Prgram 

1015 20TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 442-0185, EXT. 107 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 7-DAYS A WEEK | 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Administered by Sacramento LGBT Community Center. This program provides drop-in mental health respite care to LGBTQ+ youth. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Computer Lab & WiFi

  • LGBTQ+ Library

  • Art Projects

  • Life-Skills Workshop

  • HIV/HCV Testing

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Support Groups

  • Homeless youth services (e.g., shower & laundry, food, clothing, and more!)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (13-23)

  • Identify as LGBTQ+

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call or drop-in for services

The Ripple Effect

PHONE: (916) 891-0211 | EMAILWEBSITE

Administered by A Church for All. Using a peer run structure, The Ripple Effect, provides a safe space for respite during a crisis or emotional disturbance.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Provides mental health respite care

  • Peer support

ELIGIBILITY

  • None

COST

  • Free

Administered by A Church for All. Using a peer run structure, The Ripple Effect, provides a safe space for respite during a crisis or emotional disturbance.

 

SENIOR SERVICES

Iu Mien: Healthy Village Senior Group

6000 LEMON HILL DRIVE, MUTUAL HOUSING COMMUNITY ROOM, SACRAMENTO, CA 95824

PHONE: (916) 393-3083 | WEBSITE

GROUP DAYS/TIMES: MONDAY & WEDNESDAY | 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

 

The Healthy Village Senior Group provides adult members of the Iu Mien community (aged 40 years and older) with health and wellness education, community connection, information about community resources, and support through group and community events. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Health and wellness education

  • Support groups

  • Community events

  • Activities to promote a sense of community (e.g. sharing stories, discussing current event)

  • Information about community resources

ELIGIBILITY

  • Adult members of the Iu Mien community (aged 40 years and older)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in or call for more information

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Group Flyer

La Familia: Senior Companionship Program

3301 37TH AVENUE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95824 | PHONE: (916) 210-8773 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

The Senior Companionship Program provides home visitation and assistance to isolated Latino seniors. 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Latino community support for seniors.

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

SeniorLink

3870 ROSIN COURT, SUITE 130, SACRAMENTO, CA 95834 | PHONE: (916) 369-7872 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY – SATURDAY |  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

El Hogar's SeniorLink program provides support to older adults (55+) experiencing isolation and/or early signs of depression or anxiety. staff reach out to program participants in their homes or community settings and assist with improving their health and wellness, collaborating with health care providers, increasing opportunities for socialization, and providing transportation services as needed.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Activities and Outings

  • Collaboration with Health Care Providers

  • Transportation and Referral Services

  • Cultural Groups

  • Volunteer Activities

  • Advocacy

  • Skill Development

ELIGIBILITY

  • Older adults (55+)  

  • Residents of Sacramento County 

  • Experiencing isolation and/or early signs of depression or anxiety

  • Cannot be receiving services through Sacramento County’s Mental Health Plan or be enrolled in an intensive case management program

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • SeniorLink accepts referrals for participants from anyone

  • Referral Form

Senior Peer Counseling | Supporting Community Connections: Older Adult Program

720 HOWE AVENUE, SUITE 102, SACRAMENTO, CA 95825 | PHONE: (916) 855-5444 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY – FRIDAY |  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

The Cal Voices Senior Peer Counseling/Supporting Community Connections program provides peer counseling, referrals, community connection and advocacy for adults 55 years and older, who are isolated, homebound older adults in Sacramento County.

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Peer counseling

  • Referrals

  • Community Connection

  • Community education and training about mental health issues, cultural competency and the value of volunteering. 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Older adults (55+)  

  • Residents of Sacramento County 

  • Experiencing isolation or homebound

Consider volunteering as a Senior Peer Counselor!

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Senior Peer Counseling accepts referrals for participants from anyone.

 

Asian Pacific Community Counseling: Supporting Community Connections

7273 14TH AVENUE, #120B, SACRAMENTO, CA 95820 | PHONE: (916) 383-6783 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: CALL FOR SCHEDULE

Supporting Community Connections (SCC) is a suicide prevention outreach program for the Cantonese, Hmong and Vietnamese speaking communities in Sacramento County. The program aims to bring awareness, reduce stigma, increase protective factors, reduce risk factors and lend a voice to these communities. Programs are offered in native languages.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Suicide prevention education

  • Classes (e.g. computer skills, language, ballroom dancing, and more!)

  • Support groups

  • Community building activities

ELIGIBILITY

  • Cantonese, Hmong and Vietnamese speaking communities in Sacramento County

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for schedule of services

 

Children's Receiving Home: Supporting Community Connections

3555 AUBURN BLVD, SACRAMENTO, CA 95821 | PHONE: (916) 616-2397 | EMAILWEBSITE | FACEBOOK

Supporting Community Connections is a suicide prevention outreach program for transitional aged youth (TAY) in the foster, homeless, and LGBTQ communities. The program offers connections and links to housing opportunities, mental health services, women’s health providers, LGBTQ resources, and other social services to TAY individuals. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Education groups

    • Life skills groups (adolescent foster youth)​

    • Adolescent Social Skills and Self Advocacy

    • My Life, My Choice (adolescent foster youth)

    • Seeking Safety (adolescent foster youth)

  • Support Groups

    • LGBTQ Teen Support group​

  • Case management

  • Peer Support

  • Connection to community resources and emergency supplies (for homeless and runaway youth)

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Transition Aged Youth, LGBTQ, Foster & Homeless Youth (12-25)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Self-Referral Form

Consumer Operated Warm Line

720 HOWE AVENUE, SUITE 102, SACRAMENTO, CA 95835 | PHONE: (916) 366-4668 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Consumer Operated Warm Line is a non-crisis phone line which offers supportive listening, referrals to mental health resources, and more.  

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Non-crisis phone line offering supportive listening, referrals to mental health resources, and more!

    • Support services offered in the following languages: ​ English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Chinese, Hmong, and Sinhala

  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) groups

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • No eligibility requirements

PAYMENT AND FEES

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for assistance

Friends for Survival: Bereavement Support and Grief Services

PHONE: (916) 392-0664 OR (800) 646-7322 | EMAIL |  WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: TUESDAY - THURSDAY | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM | PHONES ANSWERED 7-DAYS A WEEK

Friends for Survival provides a variety of peer support services that comfort, encourage, and educate those experiencing grief due to a suicide death of a family member or friend. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Monthly meetings of grief support and education

  • Monthly newsletter of sharing and information

  • Comprehensive list of resources and reference library

  • Speakers available for work places and agencies impacted by a suicide death

  • Education from healthcare professionals and community advocates

  • Toll Free Suicide Loss Helpline: 1-800-646-7322

ELIGIBILITY

  • Bereavement support for those grieving the loss of family or friend to suicide. 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Group registration

La Familia: Supporting Community Connections Program

3301 37TH AVENUE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95824 | PHONE: (916) 210-8773 | WEBSITE

EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS: (916) 227-2600

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Supporting Community Connections is Latino community support for all ages, open to anyone free of charge that connects The Latino community with suicide prevention resources and intervention training including risk awareness workshops, support groups, senior companion groups and events.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Suicide prevention resources

  • Intervention workshops

  • Risk awareness workshops

  • Support groups

  • Senior companion groups

  • Community events

ELIGIBILITY

  • Latino community members of all ages

PAYMENT AND FEES

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Iu-Mien Community Services: Cultural Programs and Support Services

5657 STOCKTON BLVD, SACRAMENTO, CA 95824 | PHONE: (916) 383-3083 | WEBSITE

The Iu Mien Community Services Cultural Programs and Support Services program provides support and community building assistance to the Iu Mien community in Sacramento County. 

SERVICES OFFERED

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Iu Mien community members

  • Some programs have age restrictions

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Sacramento Native American Health Center

2020 J STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 341-0575 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: SEE CALENDAR

The Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) offers a wide variety of behavioral health services and supports to residents of Sacramento, including integrated care; counseling and treatment; and recovery.  

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Mental health counseling 

  • Drug and Alcohol Counseling

  • Traditional Healing Modalities

  • Coping and Self-Care skills building

  • Peer to Peer Support Groups

  • Twelve Step Model (Culturally appropriate)

ELIGIBILITY

  • SNAHC is open to all community members. 

COST

  • Sliding-scale

  • Medicare, Medi-Cal

  • Private Insurance (Native Patients)

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call the main line at (916) 341-0575 for assistance and guidance

  • The following support groups require registration

    • White Bison 12-Step Recovery Group

    • Healing Our People through Education (Drug and Alcohol structured curriculum)

    • Anger Management

    • Parenting

    • Batterer’s Intervention,

  • The following support groups are open, and do not require registration

    • Culture is Prevention 

    • Two-Spirit talking circle

    • Yoga for Wellness

Slavic Assistance Center

2117 COTTAGE WAY, SACRAMENTO, CA 95825 | PHONE: (916) 925-1071 | WEBSITE

​The Slavic Assistance Center provides immigration and naturalization education and training, family health promotion, and community development services to help Slavic people, and others, living in the greater Sacramento Area. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Radio program: Hope for the future. Addresses mental health/suicide prevention issues appropriately and effectively for Russian-speaking Slavic Community members across all age groups. 

    • Monday & Wednesday, 6:00 PM, 1690 AM

  • Community Workshops: Topics for the community workshop may include but not be limited to the following: suicide prevention, depression, schizophrenia, psychosis, co-occurring, developing supportive relationships.

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Russian-speaking Slavic community members across all age groups

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for information on workshops

The Living Room: African American Suicide Prevention

2251 FLORIN ROAD, SACRAMENTO, CA 95822 (ALL THINGS LITERACY BOOKS AND MORE)

4309 38TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95820 (GREEN TECH YOUTH PROGRAM)

4704 ROSEVILLE ROAD, SUITE 110, NORTH HIGHLANDS, CA 95660 (A CHURCH FOR ALL)

PHONE: (916) 234-0178 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM (HOURS VARY BY LOCATION)

The Living Room program provides a calm and safe environment in which guests can resolve crises without more intensive intervention. Services are offered at three locations across Sacramento.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Crisis Intervention (Telephone and In-person)

  • Individual peer counseling

  • Transportation

  • Case management

  • Mental health and social services referrals

  • Support groups

ELIGIBILITY

  • Black/African American residents of Sacramento County

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

 

WELLNESS/DROP-IN CENTERS

Asian Pacific Community Counseling: Family Wellness Center

7273 14TH AVENUE, #120B, SACRAMENTO, CA 95820 | PHONE: (916) 383-6783 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: CALL FOR SCHEDULE

The Family Wellness Center (FWC) provides community activities in a safe, welcoming environment including classes and groups structured to address community identified needs.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Suicide prevention education

  • Classes (e.g. computer skills, language, ballroom dancing, and more!)

  • Support groups

  • Community building activities

ELIGIBILITY

  • Cantonese, Hmong and Vietnamese speaking community members of Sacramento County

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for schedule of classes, workshops, & events.

Guest House Connections Lounge

600 BERCUT DRIVE, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 440-1500 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Connections Lounge is drop in center for anyone experiencing homelessness. Laundry services, light refreshments and other community support are provided.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Drop-in center for anyone experiencing homelessness.

  • Laundry services, light refreshments, and other community supports are provided. 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Anyone experiencing homelessness

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

Wellness and Recovery Centers

2500 MARCONI AVENUE, SUITE 100, SACRAMENTO, CA 95821 | PHONE: (916) 485-4175 | WEBSITE

7171 BOWLING DRIVE, SUITE 300, SACRAMENTO, CA 95823 | PHONE: (916) 394-9195 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Clinical services: MONDAY - FRIDAY, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Groups and other wellness services: MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Skill building activities

  • Vocational support

  • Family education

  • Self-help services

  • Peer counseling and support

  • Library services

  • Computer lab

  • Respite services (North center only)

Alternative therapies are offered in their Community Program that include consumer facilitated art and music expression, journaling, creative writing, yoga, 12-step recovery groups, goal setting, crisis planning, natural healing practices and other wellness services.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Sacramento County residents (18+)

 

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

Wind Youth Drop-In Center

815 S STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 561-4900 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY  9:00 AM - 6:00 PM | SATURDAY 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

The Wind Youth Drop-in Center provides services and supports to homeless and runaway youth. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Access to shelter

  • Warm meals

  • Peer support

  • California IDs & birth certificates

  • Laundry services

  • Employment & educational assistance

  • Case management services

  • Creative workshops

  • Therapeutic groups

  • Showers

  • Crisis intervention

  • Drop-in counseling

  • Mental health respite

  • Health clinic

  • Support Groups: Anger management, homelessness, employment, trauma, grief and loss, stress management, and self- esteem

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless and runaway youth (12-24)

PAYMENT AND FEES

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

WOMEN'S RESOURCES

 

Black Mothers United: Pregnancy and Mental Health Support Services

4625 44TH STREET, ROOM 13, SACRAMENTO, CA 95820 | PHONE: (916) 558-4812 | EMAIL |  WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Black Mothers United provides education, resources, and support to expectant African American Women living in Sacramento County. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Transportation: provides transportation to those who need it for medical and pregnancy-related appointments

  • Pregnancy Coach: develops an individualized care plan that addresses each client’s unique needs.

  • Mommy Mingles: Offers monthly mommy mingles, open to all participants in the program.

  • Safe Sleep Baby: Provides education to parents, families and caregivers on how to safely sleep their baby.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Expectant African American women living in Sacramento County

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for more information

Mental Health Respite Program

PHONE: (916) 453-1482 | EMAILWEBSITE

The Saint John’s Program for Real Change Mental Health Respite program provides adult women and adult women and their children in immediate crisis with short-term mental health and supportive services. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Assessment

  • Treatment planning 

  • Resource linkage 

  • Crisis intervention

  • Family intervention  

  • Case management

ELIGIBILITY

  • Women in crisis

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for more information

WEAVE: Services for Survivors

1900 K STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 920-2952 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 

SUPPORT AND INFORMATION: 24-HOURS A DAY/7-DAYS A WEEK

WALK-IN TRIAGE SERVICES: TUESDAY 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM | WEDNESDAY 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

WEAVE provides services and support to women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24-hour support and information line for women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

  • Domestic Violence Group Counseling

  • Individual Counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for more information

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Programs and Services Flyer

 

YOUNG ADULTS

Amala Youth Hopeline Call-In/Text-In Services

PHONE: (855) 952-6252 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: CALL-IN MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY | 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

                                  TEXT LINE: WEDNESDAYS | 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

A free, confidential and HIPAA compliant peer counseling service for Muslim Youth. 

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Phone/Text peer support

  • Resource referrals

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Muslim youth

 

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call/text for immediate support

California Coalition for Youth Crisis Line

PHONE: (800) 843-5200 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY | 7-DAYS A WEEK

The California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) operates the statewide emergency response system for youth (12-24) and families in crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention counseling and suicide prevention

  • Resource referrals

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (ages 12-24)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for immediate assistance

Homeless Teens and Transition Age Youth (TAY) Respite 

815 S STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 561-4900 | WEBSITE

Administered by Wind Youth Services, provides mental health crisis respite care, via a drop in center or pre-planning.

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Screening

  • Planning

  • Crisis intervention

  • Enriching workshops

  • Health screenings

  • Groups

  • Crisis counseling

  • Case management

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (13-25) 

  • Experiencing overwhelming stress due to life circumstance and homelessness

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

  • Drop-in

Q-Spot Youth/Transition Age Youth (TAY) Respite 

1015 20TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 442-0185, EXT. 107 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 7-DAYS A WEEK | 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Administered by Sacramento LGBT Community Center, this program provides drop-in mental health respite care to LGBTQ+ Youth. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Computer Lab & WiFi

  • LGBTQ+ Library

  • Art Projects

  • Life-Skills Workshop

  • HIV/HCV Testing

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Support Groups

  • Homeless youth services (e.g., shower & laundry, food, clothing, and more!)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (13-23)

  • Identify as LGBTQ+

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

  • Call for information

Iu Mien Community Services: S.A.E. Mien Youth Club

5625 STOCKTON BLVD, SACRAMENTO, CA 95824 | PHONE: (916) 383-3083 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

HOURS OF OPERATION: FRIDAYS | 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

S.A.E Mien Youth Club is peer-run and offers a safe and fun environment for youth to socialize with their peers through positive activities.  

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Resume Writing

  • Movie Nights

  • Volunteer Opportunities

  • Team Building Games

  • Holiday Celebrations

  • Community Awareness

  • Mental Health

  • Field Trips

  • Leadership Activities

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-21)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

  • Call for information

  • Connect on Instagram

The Source

PHONE/TEXT: (916) 787-7678 | CHAT | FACEBOOKWEBSITE | EMAIL

The Source is a foster youth and resource family urgent response program, administered by the Sacramento Children’s Home.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Urgent crisis support (in-person)

  • Hotline for youth and families (24 hours a day/7 days a week) 

  • Support by phone, text or live chat

  • Case management

  • Mental health services

  • Referrals

  • Respite activities

ELIGIBILITY

  • Families in crisis or struggling

  • Caregivers of foster youth

  • Youth (up to age 26)

  • Current or former foster youth (up to age 26) in crisis or struggling 

COST

  • No Fee

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call or text for services

Trevor Project Crisis Line

PHONE: (866) 488-7386 | TEXT: TEXT "START" TO 678-678 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: 24-HOURS A DAY | 7-DAYS A WEEK

The Trevor Project offers crisis support and services to LGBTQ youth through a safe, accepting and inclusive environment over the phone, online and through text.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention and suicide prevention

  • Instant messaging service

  • Text-based support and crisis intervention

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ Youth (under age 25)

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text or instant message for support 

Walking the Village

PHONE: (916) 601-2979 | WEBSITE

Walking the Village has several programs to help Sacramento’s homeless, parenting youth and their children.

AUDRE'S EMPORIUM OF NEW TOMORROWS

Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows offers two shared housing sites for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Housing for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ+ youth and young adults ages 18 - 21 that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime.

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Frequently Asked Questions

SACRAMENTO YOUNG ADULT PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAM

SacYAPI works hard to support folks ages 12-24 who may be experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • System navigation

  • Landlord/roommate mediation

  • Linkage to services

  • Family reunification

  • Application and referral assistance

  • Advocacy

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth ages12-24 years old

  • Experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

THE DOORWAY

The Doorway is a rapid rehousing program funded by HUD and run in partnership with Wind Youth Services.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Offers up to two years of housing and support

  • Intensive coaching

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless youth that are pregnant and parenting between 18 - 24 years old

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

TUBMAN HOUSE

 At Tubman House, young parents experience a holistic program centered on youth development, the strengthening of physical and mental health, educational attainment, career development, and financial management so that they leave prepared to be leaders in their own lives and leaders in the lives of their children and community. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24 months of housing and support

  • On-site child development program

  • 24-month action plan

  • Career counseling

  • Linkage to mental health services

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless, parenting youth and their children

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Wind Youth Services

815 S STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 561-4900 | WEBSITE

24-HOUR SHELTER LINE: 916-628-1492

 

YOUTH CENTER

The Wind Youth Drop-In Center is a safe, non-judgmental space for homeless and runaway youth offering a welcoming and age-appropriate environment away from the dangers of the street.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Access to shelter

  • Warm meals

  • Peer support

  • California IDs & birth certificates

  • Laundry services

  • Employment assistance

  • Educational assistance

  • Case management services

  • Creative workshops

  • Therapeutic groups

  • Showers

  • Crisis intervention

  • Drop-in counseling

  • Mental health respite

  • Support groups

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless & runaway youth

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

STREET OUTREACH

Wind Youth Services has the only homeless street outreach program in Sacramento. This program is designed to reach homeless youth where they are, build trusting relationships, and encourages them to access other resources and Wind’s comprehensive case management program, with an overarching goal of moving them from homelessness to a stable living situation. Street Outreach Workers emphasize personal safety and crisis intervention. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Access to shelter

  • Sack lunches

  • Transportation

  • Personal hygiene packs

  • First aid supplies

  • Referrals & connections to other resources

  • HIV & STD testing and counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless & runaway youth

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

EMERGENCY SHELTER

Wind Youth Services provides two temporary, low barrier, emergency overnight shelters for youth ages 12-18 and 18-24. Our emergency shelter is the only of its kind in the greater Sacramento area, and provides a safe, non-judgmental, supportive, community environment.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Hot meals

  • Open 365 days a year

  • Counseling

  • Case management

  • Life skills development

  • LGBTQ+ affirming

  • Personal safety

  • Pet friendly

  • Physical and mental health

  • Vital documents

  • Stable housing

  • Crisis management

  • School enrollment and support

  • Organized group activities

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless & runaway youth

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

Youth Help Network

401 S STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95814 | PHONE: (833) 333-2946 | FACEBOOKWEBSITE

The Youth Help Network provides outreach and crisis support to transition-age youth (TAY), ages 16 through 25 years old. 

 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Outreach

  • Crisis support (by phone, in-person, & online)

  • Online support resources

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (16-25)

COST

  • No fees

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

OTHER RESOURCES

 

La Familia: Community Health Navigator Program

5523 34TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95820 | PHONE: (916) 383-6783 | WEBSITE

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY | 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

                                   TUESDAY AND THURSDAY | 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Provides Sacramento county residents with program and service navigation. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Medi-Cal enrollment and retention

  • Assistance with scheduling appointments

  • Health resources and referrals

  • Health awareness workshops – Diabetes, Nutrition and other Health Workshops in English and Spanish

  • Recreational Workshops – Zumba and Meditation

ELIGIBILITY

  • All Sacramento County residents

COST

  • No fees

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

NAMI Sacramento

PHONE: (916) 364-1642 | WEBSITE

NAMI Sacramento is a grassroots, self-help, volunteer support and advocacy organization of consumers, family members and friends of persons afflicted with serious mental illnesses

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Support Groups

  • Education Classes

  • Presentations

ELIGIBILITY

  • Varies by program, see website for details.

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call or visit the website for more information 

Sacramento County Jail: Correctional Health Services

5523 34TH STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95820 | INMATE PATIENT CARE HOTLINE: (916) 875-9782 

HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY - FRIDAY | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Use the information below to address questions or concerns about those incarcerated within the Sacramento County correctional facilities.

How to contact Correctional Health Services:

Inmate patient care hotline

Please provide the information requested

  1. Name of inmate

  2. X-Reference Number (if known)

  3. Located at Main Jail or Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center

  4. Nature of Issue

  5. Contact name and phone number

  6. Additional contacts (family, attorney, etc.)

  7. When is response needed?

Without a specific medical release, specifics of an inmate's healthcare cannot be released, but the Correctional Health Services can disclose whether issues have been addressed. Target response time 24 hours. 

Crime Victims Services 

PHONE: (916) 442-0185 ext. 126 | EMAIL | WEBSITE

Administered by the Sacramento LGBT Community Center. Provides support to community members who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, violence, trafficking, hate crimes, or other physical, emotional, or financial abuse. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Reporting Assistance

  • Legal Aid

  • Mental Health Support

  • Emergency Shelter

  • Q-Spot Youth Center

  • Youth Transitional Housing

  • Additional Services Available: Crisis intervention, Victim Compensation Assistance, Employment Assistance, Housing Navigation, and Life Skills Workshops

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Any community members who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, violence, trafficking, hate crimes, or other physical, emotional, or financial abuse.

COST

  • Services are free and available to all eligible community members regardless of immigration status

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in, call or email for assistance

Safe Black Space

PHONE: (530) 683-5101 | EMAIL | FACEBOOKWEBSITE

Safe Black Space provides services to people of African ancestry living in Sacramento to address individual and community reactions to cultural and racial trauma. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Community Healing Circles: Supportive and confidential gatherings that help stabilize Black communities experiencing racial crises. Participants share stories and feelings; deepen their understanding of the impact of historical forces and images on their lives; learn about and practice self-care and community care strategies; and identify local resources. 

  • Emotional Emancipation Circles: Ongoing support groups originated by the Community Healing Network in collaboration with the Association of Black Psychologists to help Black people learn and practice essential emotional wellness skills; and learn how to replace destructive negative thoughts caused by racism with ones that are positive, constructive, and healing. 

ELIGIBILITY

  • People who self-identify as being of African ancestry & who are experiencing racial stress, anxiety, and/or trauma

  • Ages 14+

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Contact via phone or email

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This program is funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

PHONE | (916) 366-4600

     FAX | (916) 855-5448

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